New study says exposure to porn makes teen boys 2 to 3 times more likely to perpetrate sexual violence against girls

By Jonathon Van Maren

For the past several years now, I have been highlighting the connections between sexual violence and pornography in presentations, radio debates and interviews, one book, and dozens of columns. Most recently in this space, for example, I took a look at the stomach-churning new statistics that indicate that a quarter of women in the United States feel fear during intimacy due to the threat of porn-inspired choking. It seems like every month, new evidence that pornography is silently transforming our society emerges—and very few people notice, because very few people pay attention.

So I’d like to draw your attention to an important paper published last month in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, which is the official publication of the International Academy of Sex Research. As you can imagine, this is not a conservative or Christian publication by any stretch of the imagination, and so their recent findings on the connections between sexual violence and porn use among young people cannot be dismissed by the handful of porn defenders in academia who consistently insist (with a note of shrill desperation occasionally marring their voices) that porn is actually healthy—one clueless academic even suggested that porn might make one more feminist.

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One thought on “New study says exposure to porn makes teen boys 2 to 3 times more likely to perpetrate sexual violence against girls

  1. Jeriah Knox says:

    Love the last line, probably some truth to that.
    Men have a duty to end child sacrifice and pornography. Men have the power to protect, destroy, or permit child sacrifice and pornography. Demand they destroy them.

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